Cuonzo Martin Parts Ways with Tennessee Volunteers

Cuonzo Martin made a career-changing decision three years ago, leaving his post at Missouri State to take over for Bruce Pearl as head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers. While the Vols are probably more famous for their Women’s hoops program than the Men’s program, Pearl left big shoes to fill in the eyes of the Tennessee faithful. Fans often lack patience and Vols fans were...
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Tennessee Basketball: Gonzo Cuonzo

Just two weeks after turning down the Marquette job, the Tennessee athletics department announced Tuesday that third-year head coach Cuonzo Martin has left the Tennessee basketball team to take the same job at California-Berkley. This comes after Martin’s most successful season not only with the Vols, but as a head coach in general as he led the team to his first Sweet 16, and...
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Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin to take job at Cal

After leading the Tennessee Volunteers' program to the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16 for the first time since 2010, coach Cuonzo Martin is heading west. Martin has accepted the head coaching position at California, according to multiple media outlets. Athletic director Dave Hart is holding a press conference at Thompson-Boling Arena this afternoon and is expected to make the...
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Tennessee Basketball: Goodbye Stokes

On Friday afternoon Jarnell Stokes confirmed what most believed he would do upon the completion of Tennessee’s basketball season, and declared for the 2014 NBA Draft. Stokes will depart from the Vols after his most successful season in his three year, technically two-and-a-half year, career with Tennessee, after averaging nearly 15 points and 10 rebounds this season. The 6-foot...
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Tennessee's Jarnell Stokes skipping senior year to enter NBA draft

Jarnell Stokes is bypassing his senior season at Tennessee to enter the NBA draft.
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Tennessee's Jarnell Stokes to enter NBA draft

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Jarnell Stokes has decided to bypass his senior season at Tennessee to enter the NBA draft.
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Jarnell Stokes Declares For NBA Draft

Jarnell Stokes will forego his senior season at Tennessee and enter the 2014 NBA Draft. Stokes was a first-team All-SEC selection as a junior this year. He owns or shares 10 Tennessee statistical records. "I have made the decision to forgo my senior season and enter the NBA draft," Stokes said in a statement Friday. "I will always be a Vol for Life."
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Tennessee junior Jarnell Stokes to announce he's entering NBA Draft

Tennessee junior Jarnell Stokes has scheduled a press conference on campus for Friday afternoon, at which point he's planning to announce that he'll enter the 2014 NBA Draft, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Thursday night. Stokes averaged 15.1 points and 10.6 rebounds this season while earning First Team All-SEC honors and leading the Vols to the Sweet 16. The 6-foot...
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Tennessee Basketball: Bye Bye Cuonzo?

The Tennessee Vols’ season came to an abrupt end on Friday night when they lost a heart breaker to Michigan in the Sweet 16. Most thought the biggest question facing the Vols’ offseason was if junior forward Jarnell Stokes would return for his senior season. However, the Vols may have to replace much more than a powerful post player in their rotation. Just a day removed from...
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Michigan’s Jordan Morgan Did Not Agree With Deciding Charge Call In Wisconsin-Arizona Game

For whatever reason, this college basketball season seems like it’s been defined by the always-controversial charge/block call. In last night’s Michigan vs. Tennessee Sweet 16 matchup, Wolverines forward Jordan Morgan took a charge from Vols forward Jarnell Stokes in the game’s final moments, essentially securing the victory for his team. While that call has been heavily debated...
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Offensive foul on Arizona a familiar sight

INDIANAPOLIS -- Did the offensive foul in the final seconds of overtime in the Wisconsin-Arizona game look familiar? To at least a couple fan bases, it probably did. It certainly did to one of the NCAA tournament's most valuable players. Just seconds after Arizona's Nick Johnson was called for charging with 3.2 seconds left in overtime of the West Regional final and his team...
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Michan Beats Tennessee in Sweet 16 after Jordan Morgan Draws Charge

Tennessee battled back from as many as 15-points down in the second half to having a chance to take the lead over Michigan in the final seconds of their Sweet 16 game with Michigan. However on the final possession, the Vols’ Jarnell Stokes, who finished with 11 points on the night, drove hard to his right and was called for the charge, giving the ball back to the Wolverines and...
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Midwest Region: Poor late-game officiating stains great finish in Indianapolis

It wouldn’t be the NCAA Tournament without a game coming down to a questionable block/charge call. Tennessee was inbounding from the baseline with 10.8 seconds left, trailing 72-71. The Volunteers, who had erased a 15-point deficit in the final 10:32 of the second half, had just forced a turnover to earn a chance to complete their comeback. Their backcourt pressure forced Michigan...
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Tennessee F Jarnell Stokes called for controversial charge (Video)

Tennessee’s stunning comeback against Michigan in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament Friday fell short after forward Jarnell Stokes was called for a controversial charge with six seconds left in the game. The Vols were down by 10 with under four minutes to play and rallied to make it a 1-point game with 13 […]
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Video: Michigan Holds Off Tennessee Comeback, Advances To Elite Eight

Kentucky-Louisville may be the headliner in Indianapolis tonight, but it will be hard to outshine the early game between Michigan and Tennessee. The Wolverines jumped all over the Vols in the first half behind white-hot three point shooting and offensive efficiency, and went into the half up 45-34. Tennessee clawed back through the second half, and made a number of huge plays down...
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Vols the latest team to use First Four as springboard

INDIANAPOLIS -- Dayton's run to the Elite Eight has been one of the great stories of the NCAA tournament. Another great story started in Dayton at the First Four. The latest team to come out of the at-large play-in games at the First Four at the University of Dayton Arena is Tennessee, which plays Michigan tonight in the Sweet 16. The Vols won the No. 11 seed in the Midwest by...
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NCAA Midwest Regional betting news and notes: Michigan has secret weapon

The Midwest Regional has two of the most intriguing Sweet 16 matchups. Before you get your bets down Friday, make sure you cruise these betting news and notes for the Midwest side of the bracket. No. 2 Michigan Wolverines vs. No. 11 Tennessee Volunteers (-2.5, 134) Senior Jordan Morgan came up big, playing 35 minutes and earning a double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds) in the...
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Vols' Sweet 16 run built on Martin's attention to defense, rebounding

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Following the Tennessee Volunteers' second loss of the season to lowly Texas A&M on Feb. 22, which dropped them to 7-7 in Southeastern Conference play, coach Cuonzo Martin's team sure appeared in need of a quick fix if it was going to make the NCAA Tournament. Whatever the antidote for their inconsistent and sometimes lethargic play, the Vols are...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Basketball: Sweet emotion

For the first time since 2010, Tennessee basketball will make an appearance in the Sweet 16. Despite an up-and-down season the Vols have pulled it together as of late to make one of the more impressive runs in the tournament as of late. Their latest victim was a little redemption from last season’s NIT first round game against Mercer. Tennessee disposed of the Bears by an impressive...
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Three Hits: Tennessee muscles past Mercer to reach Sweet 16

RALEIGH, N.C. -- As No. 11-seed Tennessee dispatched of No. 14-seed Mercer 83-63, the college basketball universe, in a way, went back to the way it was supposed to be. The Cinderella team, after all, is allowed to win one game -- maybe two -- but ruining brackets and potential matchups down the road in the NCAA Tournament is generally frowned upon. Tennessee is a more traditional...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 March Madness: Michigan vs. Tennessee – Game Time, TV Schedule, Announcers, Line, Predictions

One of the Midwest Region’s final four teams has been a force all season long. Another is just rounding into shape at the perfect time. Michigan won the Big Ten regular season this year behind star sharpshooter Nik Stauskas. Tennessee has been beating teams around the rim with double-double machine Jarnell Stokes, as well as a trio of talented guards. The winner of this one will...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee Vols beat Mercer, move to Sweet 16

Tennessee came to Tobacco Road and turned it into “Raleigh Top.” Jarnell Stokes had 17 points and a career-high-tying 18 rebounds, and the Vols denied Mercer a second straight upset in the NCAA Tournament by routing the Bears 83-63 on Sunday night. Josh Richardson had a career-high 26 points, and Antonio Barton had 18 for the 11th-seeded Tennessee (24-12), which outrebounded...
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Photo: Tennessee’s Jarnell Stokes Answers Post-Game Questions Wearing Google Glass

It only takes one to start a trend. Tennessee junior forward Jarnell Stokes took questions in the locker room after the Vols’ victory over Mercer in the third round of this year’s NCAA Tournament donning some Google Glass eyewear. We have no idea what purpose it served him, but reporters sure seemed to like it. Jarnell Stokes wearing google glasses? pic.twitter.com/q1fJYmjYRQ...
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Mercer not buying Cinderella label, and neither is Tennessee

RALEIGH, N.C. -- When Mercer knocked off Duke, everyone immediately claimed the 14th-seeded Bears as the new Cinderella of the NCAA tournament. But Mercer doesn't see itself that way -- even as it tries to become just the third No. 14 to advance to the Sweet 16 (joining Cleveland State in 1986 and Chattanooga in 1997). "Every time there's an upset in March, people tend...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Tennessee’s physicality makes them a tough out

Send to KindleThe Tennessee Volunteers punched out Iowa in Dayton on Wednesday, got on a plane and flew to Raleigh for a 2:45 battle with UMass on Friday for their second game in not even 48 hours and shot 53.6 percent in recording a resounding 84-65 win.  Now on Sunday, the Volunteers will play Mercer, their third game in three days, for a berth in the NCAA’s Sweet 16.  Cuonzo...
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